This is a Jobs Growth Wales vacancy
Anuna Craft Bakery, Llandysul
Type of vacancy:
Jobs Growth Wales
Llandysul Ceredigion SA44 4PP
Hours of Work:
40 hours per week
Applicants must be between 16 and 24
Duration of vacancy:
Six month job initially with a view to becoming a permanent position
Careers Wales Admin Ref:
Catering and Hospitality
TO START AS SOON AS POSSIBLE
CLOSING DATE IS ONLY A GUIDELINE AND MAY CHANGE
Working alongside the business owners, the Assistant Artisan Baker will be involved at every stage of the process of making sourdough bread. This will include, weighing out ingredients, hand mixing, dough development, hand shaping and baking.
In addition, the Assistant Artisan Baker will be involved in the making of handmade sourdough croissants and other pastry products (known as viennoiserie). Our breads follow a slow fermentation process, meaning we make the dough's the day before, refrigerate overnight and bake the following morning.
Following training, the post holder will be expected to work without direct supervision, and be confident, for example to open the Bakery in the morning and use ovens to bake the bread and viennoiserie. In addition, there will be opportunity to develop new product lines and flavours.
All Bakers are responsible for undertaking cleaning at the end of dough production and bakery sessions (this essential activity is shared across all Bakers and the business owners).
ANUNA Craft Bakery currently attends three to four markets a week along with Seasonal Food Festivals.
Where required, the Assistant Artisan Baker will attend in support, handling bread, taking payment and speaking to our wide customer base.
The nature of our business means that there will be some early starts and weekend work. Also, the Assistant Artisan Baker will need to develop upper body strength and be able to stand for long periods of time.
In order to support the markets and Seasonal Food Festivals, the post holder must hold a valid driving licence (or be in the process of obtaining their driving licence).
Full on the job training will be provided by the company,
leading to a sustainable job for the right candidate.
Preferred Learning Provider
CAMBRIAN TRAINING COMPANY (WBL)
Desirable personal qualities
We are self-taught bakers, passionate about food and contributing to our local Welsh food economy. We are not looking for knowledge of producing sourdough bread rather an interest in consistently producing high quality breads and related products. Being interested in local seasonal food would be an advantage.
The postholder would need to have an understanding of working to specific recipes, with an eye for detail such as monitoring temperatures and measuring out specific weights and water volume. Also, to be confident in working to precise timings, which are all important to producing artisan bread.
In addition, the postholder would need to demonstrate a knowledge of basic food hygiene and have excellent personal hygiene.
This post would
No Minimum Requirements
Welsh Language Requirements
Welsh Spoken Skills: Advantage.
Welsh Written Skills: Advantage.
Interviews will be conducted throughout the duration of
the advert, the job will be offered as soon as a suitable
candidate is found.
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Your application will be refused if you are not eligible.
This vacancy has been placed by the employer in the language of their choice. This means that the vacancy might only appear in Welsh or English.